DALLAS - The controversy over carbon monoxide modified-atmosphere packaging was the result of a public relations campaign launched by a competing business, according to a panel at the Annual Meat Conference here. The media perpetuated unfounded claims about the CO MAP process by a company driven by competitive interests, said Janet Riley, spokeswoman for the American Meat Institute. Kalsec, the Michigan-based producer of a natural food extract that delays the browning of meat, petitioned ...

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